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College Independent Schools Co-ed Hockey Festival

College Independent Schools Co-ed Hockey Festival

Over the weekend of the 29th April – 2nd May, Oakhill hosted 16 teams at their state-of-the-art water-based astro at the new Oakhill Sports Campus. The level of Hockey was phenomenal, the comradery fantastic and the atmosphere electric. It was a chance to catch up with old friends, to learn and grow and simply just have fun….and that we did!

Oakhill 1st Teams did the Garden Route proud, with the Girls being unbeaten and the boys only losing one match 1-0 to Somerset College. The results were as follows:

1st Boys

1st Girls

vs Chesterhouse

Won 7 – 0
P.O.M: Jake Turner
Won 8 – 0
P.O.M: Bianca Mincione

vs Somerset College

Lost 0 – 1
P.O.M: Nic Thomson
 –

vs Bridgehouse

Won 2 – 1
P.O.M: Todd Walker
Won 3 – 1
P.O.M: Anna Reid

vs Woodridge

Drew 1 – 1
P.O.M: Sam Mvimbi
Drew 1 – 1
P.O.M: Renate Graupe

vs St. Peter’s College

Won 3 – 0
P.O.M: Shared by Challenge Gobo and Jayden Jullien
Won 5 – 0.
P.O.M: Shared by Donne de Wet and Morgan Watson

vs Dale College

Won 1 – 0
P.O.M: Shared by Scott Armstrong and Nic Reid
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vs DSG

 – Won 3 – 0
P.O.M: Charne de Wet

vs Collegiate

 – Won 3 – 0
P.O.M: Shared by Bianca Mincione, Donne de Wet and Tammy Foyn

 

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